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The following sources usually have information about aid from the federal government and your state government; most can tell you about funds from your local community and private sources as well.

  • A college or career school financial aid office. Talk to the financial aid administrator at the school you plan to attend. Be sure to ask about "institutional aid"-money the school itself awards students. The school's catalog or Web site is also a good source of information about aid available at the school.
  • A local or college library. Relevant materials are usually listed under "student aid" or "financial aid." If you need help, ask the reference librarian.
  • The Internet. Search using the key words "student aid" or "financial aid." Remember that many scams operate over the Internet, so if an Internet service charges a fee, research it carefully. Better yet, use one of the many free Internet search services or aid information sites–such as ours! You have already located the most comprehensive source of free information on federal student aid-this Web site! The Funding section tells you about our programs and how to apply for them, plus you can link from there to our free scholarship search.
  • A high school counselor's office. Many counselors have a large selection of materials, know what recent graduates have received, and can guide you to free online information.

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